Auditorium, Henry Ford Museum, 1928

Summary

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows the auditorium, now known as the Anderson Theater. Built for use by the Greenfield Village Schools for plays and events, it has also served for presentations to general audiences. Today it is used by the Museum for major public events and by the Henry Ford Academy, a charter high school.

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows the auditorium, now known as the Anderson Theater. Built for use by the Greenfield Village Schools for plays and events, it has also served for presentations to general audiences. Today it is used by the Museum for major public events and by the Henry Ford Academy, a charter high school.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)
Pencil (Marking material)

Technique

Drawing (Image-making)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 17.25 in

Width: 19.5 in

Inscriptions

front, bottom: Auditorium. Ford Museum. Robert O. Derrick Inc. Architects.

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